Semi-retired university professor David Winters and his wife and former student Melanie Winters née Lansing live on a hobby farm in the Eastern Townships of Quebec with their adult son ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Emotional Arithmetic tells the story of three people who formed a life-long bond while housed at a detention...
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Melissa H (au) wrote: The lead female character is WAY too annoying for me to bear in this one.Great male lead and good musical numbers, though.
Dennis H (gb) wrote: I really liked his movie. The suspense and thrills of modern technology is reflective of many things occurring today. My wife and I watched this together today and were on the edge of our seats. We didn't even know the villain of the movie until half or two thirds through the movie. I believe this is one movie where the critics are way off base. It appears that critics are either to conservative to view the progressive nature of our technology. Either that or they were so progressive that they were afraid that this movie would turn people off of technology. I found the movie incredibly intriquing and will watch again.
lynaki m (fr) wrote: I'm really a huge Colin Firth fan. Plot: The mother dies in a car accident and Joe (Colin Firth) moves with his two daughters to Italy. The Professor Colin Firth), while enjoying life in Genova, has to deal with the demands of being a single parent while also balancing his re-emergent love life. One romantic interest is a colleague at the university (played by Catherine Keener) with whom he shared a brief romantic relationship back at Harvard when both were students. The colleague tries to get close to the family, helping with translation and their day-to-day needs in Genova, but crossing the thin line between good advice and intrusion in their private ways in the process. Another romantic interest is a young Italian student in the professor's literature class. She is brash and idealistic and quickly makes her intentions known to the suddenly single professor... OK i already spoiled enough. Enjoy it by yourself
Juli R (it) wrote: I like Reese Witherspoon but only watch this if you are a chick who is all by yourself on the couch with a bottle of wine on a Friday night.
Justin B (nl) wrote: Perfectly acceptable junk food. A charming lead performance and good intentions keep this from scraping the bottom of the barrel.
Brian P (jp) wrote: mmmmmm! egg saladly! ;)
OneOfakind O (mx) wrote: MICKEY ROURKE, AN IRA MAN TRIES TO WALK AWAY FROM VIOLENCE AFTER BOMBING A BUS FULL OF SCHOOL CHILDRENNOW NO LONGER AN IRA BOMBER,HE IS HUNTED BY BOTH THE BRITISH AND THE IRA. THE TOP MOBSTER OFFERS HIM CASH AND A PASSPORT,BUT AT THE EXPENSE OF COMMITING ONE LAST CRIME. WHEN HE DOES THE LAST DEED, A PRIEST WITNESSED THE MURDER,AND MICKEY TRIES TO SILENCE THE PRIEST BY CONFESSING THE MURDER. 9/10
Alex S (mx) wrote: A good example of a film that was literally made just to make money.
Edith N (de) wrote: An Introduction to Australian Wildlife and Bad Animation I'm quite sure the Disney Channel played this, and the other films in the series, when I was young. They did that occasionally; most of the more obscure cartoons I've seen, I saw on the Disney Channel. (In theory, they may well have been on Nickelodeon, but Nick didn't show much in the way of movies back then.) It's how I know, for example, that the Beatles had a cartoon series back in the '60s, and it's how I'm familiar with Asterix. Alas, this was when was young enough so that I don't remember if any of the rest of it was any good. It is a known and lamented phenomenon that even many things you liked a great deal in childhood, upon rediscovery decades later, turn out to suck. I dread seeing the Beatles cartoons again, though I do have high hopes for Asterix. And then there's Dot. Dot (Barbara Frawley) is a little girl who lives on a farm in Australia in 1899. One day, she goes to get grass, I think for her pet rabbit, falls down a slope, and loses her way. She is found by a friendly kangaroo (Joan Bruce), who somehow doesn't know where the humans are, despite that being just up the slope from where she finds the human child. Anyway. She takes Dot on a tour of the Australian ecosystem, moving further and further away from where Dot logically must live, in search of someone who can tell them where that is. They encounter a surly platypus (Spike Milligan) and his wife (June Salter), assorted other wildlife, a tribe of Aborigines, and finally Willy Wagtail (Ross Higgins), who actually knows where Dot lives. The kangaroo is attacked by dingos, and Dot's father becomes ill as he's searching the bush for her. Homer and Bart Simpson discovered, in their trip to Australia, one of the problems with Dot's adventure here. The fact is, riding in a kangaroo's pouch would actually be pretty unpleasant. It is, in some ways, not unlike riding in its uterus. You see, one of the things touched on in this movie but not really examined is that the wildlife of Australia is pretty weird. Oh, the platypuses are annoyed at the mischaracterization of their species by humans, and it's quite true that the first European naturalists to be told of the animal thought it was a hoax, not unlike the bunyip also referenced by the movie or the American jackalope. However, it is a fact that, in its millions of years separated from the rest of the world, Australia developed an ecosystem more dependent on marsupials than placental mammals. The joey, or baby kangaroo, the mother has lost would have crawled into her pouch when it was incredibly small and finished its development there. A kangaroo's pouch is, therefore, actually kind of gross. Also not mentioned is that Dot's beloved bunny is on the list of animals which helped destroy the ecology the story is intended to give us a warm, fuzzy feeling about. A book I read recently suggests they were what wiped out quite a few native species, to the extent that it's seriously suggested, when a cause of extinction is unknown, that they were wiped out by foxes or other human-introduced species. That even includes the various rodents which came with Europeans; Australian rodents weren't able to out-compete the common black rat. There's even a species of birds which lived on an island of New Zealand which were essentially all wiped out by a lighthouse-keeper's cat. The original story seems intended to teach children about the fascinating diversity that is Australian wildlife--the less said about its portrayal of Australia humans, the better; you'll note no one ever suggests they might take Dot home--but there's still that rabbit. Oh, and the animation is dreadful. And the songs. The combination of animated characters and live-action backgrounds, while definitely intended to show us the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Wilderness, doesn't really work. That's not even really a complaint about this movie. I've yet to see anywhere I thought it worked and didn't just heighten how fake the animation looked. And, alas, this is one of those movies where the quality of art changes pretty wildly from even one part of the same scene to another. Dot's head changes shape pretty constantly, and there are a few parts where her resolution fades and she doesn't look like they've taken the time to finish drawing her. Her voice is squeaky and annoying, and they've padded the fact that they don't really have a story with dull songs, and the "Red Kangaroo" one gets repeated four times. Maybe I should just go looking for the Beatles cartoons after all. Or maybe Netflix has Asterix.
Leo K (it) wrote: Absolutely beautiful. There is nothing wrong about this movie at all, the perfect american-theatre WW2 movie with no over-the-top heroic bullshit.Must have watched at least 4-5 times.
Vivin M (br) wrote: Journey of lifetime, just think you can and nobody can stop you
Areeque T (ru) wrote: Unimaginative portrayal of the future. Disappointingly flat performances, even by veteran artists. Screenplay is recycled. Dialogues are recycled. Premise does not make sense.
Lee M (mx) wrote: Hard to recommend the movie for all of its faults, but Morgan Freeman's performance is borderline amazing.